My father, who is 72, was diagnosed with bladder tumor a month ago when he went to the local doctor for the treatment of blood drops in the urine. I have attached the diagnosis report for your reference. The doctors advised to operate it as soon as possible, and the operation took place 10 days ago. The biopsy report says high-grade transitional cell carcinoma of stage G3pT2. I have attached the report for your reference. Could you please advise the next step of the treatment? Please let me know if you require additional information which I have not provided with this case. Your help would be highly appreciated.
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LFT (liver function test) and CXR (chest x-ray). If anything suspicious further imaging like bone scan or chest CT. May also undergo PET-CT instead to evaluate for metastasis.Probable diagnosis:
Carcinoma Bladder T2 G3.Treatment plan:
Metastatic workup and fitness for surgeryRegarding follow up:
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